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The Dialogue: Detriments to Economic Competitiveness

The Dialogue: Detriments to Economic Competitiveness

15 Jul, '114 Comments

In a previous post we talked about the competitiveness of Bahrain and what it would take to aid it along the prosperity path. This is of vital importance of course as achieving good economic growth will create jobs, fill stomachs and redraw missing smiles. But economic growth cannot flourish in an environment where onerous and […]

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The Dialogue: Freedom of Speech

The Dialogue: Freedom of Speech

11 Jul, '118 Comments

I won’t talk about specifics of the sessions as I find that to be unethical. We’re all in there at the invitation of this nation to find way in which we can recoup losses, ameliorate passions and find a way forward for us all to live peacefully together. I will; however, share with you my […]

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Improving Safety at Saar Cinema

Improving Safety at Saar Cinema

9 Jul, '1112 Comments

We went to the Saar Cinema this evening to watch the very excellent Horrible Bosses (which I shall get on DVD once it’s available, it’s that hilarious!) but that’s not the main story, the main one is the utter disbelief that we witnessed when we exited Cinema 1, where the main emergency exit is located, […]

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New Skin

New Skin

8 Jul, '112 Comments

Hope you like the new skin. Got this theme as it allow for a proper and controllable newspaper grid layout. There are a couple of glitches which I’ll be working on when I have time, but overall I’m happy with it. I hope you are too. Let me know what you think.

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National Dialogue – The Powers of the Parliamentary Chambers

National Dialogue – The Powers of the Parliamentary Chambers

6 Jul, '1121 Comments

The next topic on my National Dialogue agenda is the powers of the parliamentary chambers. To many, this is a clear-cut issue that doesn’t need too much debate: if we contend to be a democratic country, then the powers must emanate from the people, as such, only a fully representative parliament should be entertained. The […]

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